This Contains Some of the Illegal and Controversial Events in the History of the FBI
It is not always good to write about the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Even though they talk about us, the FBI doesn't like to be written or talked about. They don't even like the fact that you read or listen to someone talking about them. They are very sensitive people. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the investigative branch of the United States Department of Justice, was established by Attorney-General Charles J. Bonaparte (1851-1921), a grand nephew of Napoleon, in 1908, under Theodore Roosevelt (Churchill). When you look back into history on why the US Government setup the FBI compared with some of the dealings the FBI had with Martin Luther King Jr. in addition to the impression left by J. Edgar Hoover's Counter Intelligence Program (COINTELPRO), most would question why and how this could have happened.
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